PKC moves from Star World to Venetian - Macau
For a couple of years now, Macau has become a must-see poker destination especially thanks to its Cash Games tables on which prizes at stake are relatively high. Thus, the city has gained great attention of both renowned professional poker players and amateurs as well. In the past few years, no further details about the holding of such events have been leaked until Tom Hall and other players recently talked about it on Tweeter. Since then, fans have been able to learn a little more about it and especially the place where the Big Game takes place. Indeed, it is about Poker King Club (PKC), a sumptuous poker room inside Macaus StarWorld Casino. Teasing with massive stakes ranging from $ 4,000 / $ 8,000 to $ 12,500 / $ 25,000, numerous are renowned poker pros who have joined PKC.
Established in 2009, PKC was licensed under Star World Casinos status. Interestingly, PKCs Business Director, Winfred Yu, recently confirmed the Poker King Clubs move to Venetian, the worlds second largest gambling facility (10.5 million square feet). Now, the PKC is officially hosted at the Venetian Macau, a Las Vegas-styled casino with high reputation worldwide. Venetian shares the same vision as PKC to expand their business in the Asia-Pacific region. As a foretaste, Poker King Club has opened its doors at the Venetian Macau, in front of Morton's, since September 15 pending the completion of the $ 1 million permanent location. With a view to diversify its offerings, the PKC will not only serve VIP players, but also offer a variety of plays, including 25/50, 50/100, 100/200 and 200/400 tables. After all, Poker King Club will always include cash games tables of $ 5,000 or 5,000 buy-in on its menu.
Monday, 15 December 2014
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